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Sep 21, 2010 7:00am PDT
, but quite a bit in the past. >> carla johnson in the acting deputy director of inspection sftions here at the building department. people who go out and do inspections for buildings, including inspections for disabled access, are responsible to carla's management. i know carla has been involved as well for decades and decades. >> 13 years here at dbi enforcing the disabled access codes. >> and my good buddy tom fowl at the end. tom is an engineer at the smith kettle research institute and a sailor and tom and i met sailing 10 or 12 years ago and we met sailing san francisco bay. people say how can a blind guy sail? . >> you get in a sail boat and you pull on ropes and move the tiller and listen to the sighted people who of course have to be with you. >> we have had fantastic sailing experiences. it's great. >> a storm. >> going out around the faralons and the double anded races and so on. it's good to have you here. i want to start about my general conception about what disability access includes, sort of the over all concept. it includes a couple of things. the first thing is the
Sep 9, 2010 12:30am PDT
karla johnson are here. >> good afternoon. i'm carla johnson and i'm here with my director susan missener. we have a presentation for you. it is titled mapping vulnerable populations. the goal of our presentation -- the goal of our presentation is to introduce to our disaster council mbs the project we have been working on called vulnerable population planning. this is a project that we been working on with the department of emergency management and i want to acknowledge the leadership that vicky hennessey and rob have shown on the project by making it a priority to integrate the emergency planning needs with -- for people with disabilities as long as with our manning for the citizens of san francisco as a whole. we also hope to engage our disaster councilmembers with this introduction and get some feedback from you for area that is you think we might best be able to use the information that we developed. i think the context for everybody is earthquakes. and we know that san francisco is at risk. we saw that in 1906 and to a lesser degree back in 1989. the 2010 seems to be shapin
Sep 5, 2010 7:30pm PDT
as they connue to train, hoping to raise both their stamina and money to fight als. carolyn johnson, abc 7 news. >> we have more information on the ride and team carla on our web site, under see it on tv. up next, a first of its kind program inhe bay area, ewing shelter dogs to help some of the east bay's most at risk children. ♪ [ fele announcer ] yoplait's real fruit and the goodness of dairy... gives yo a little slice of happy. and happiness come in 25 delicious flavors. explore them all. yoplait. it so good. the yoplait you can't get enough of. n in a four pack. >> welcome back. it's a first inhe bay area. a local group is using shelter dogs to help teach compaion to inner ty kids who are at risk of going in the wrong direction in life. abc 7's thesa garcia shows us how it works. a he's really hyper and seven or eight years old. >> reporter: meet rocky, he's been doing intensive tlc training. teaching, love and compassion program, a new partnership between oakland' lighthouse charter school and the east bay spca. >> one of our main goals is teaching respect for al
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